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Operation Snowball

Operation Snowball is a youth/adult partnership leadership prevention program for adolescents and children focused on making positive healthy lifestyle choices.
The name originates from the idea, “If I have a positive impact on you, you can have a positive impact on someone else and the effect SNOWBALLS.”
We focus on leading drug and violence-free lives for ourselves and our community.
Snowflake is a leadership development program, not a treatment program.
Operation Snowflake is aimed at 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students while Operation Snowflurry is set up for 4th and 5th grade students.


Students wanting to be participants in these programs can simply obtain a registration form from their school, by finding us on Facebook to find out upcoming event dates, or simply emailing Christine McMillion, event coordinator at  mcmillion@ihrpontiac.com .


Students wishing to be on our volunteer staff must turn in an application with references. Students must be in 9-12 grade with good academic standing and have no alcohol or drug related offenses of any kind. Students must be considered good role models in their communities and schools.
Mandatory trainings will be held before each event to get volunteers ready. Being a part of the organization is so rewarding and is a great addition to any college application. To obtain an application please contact Christine McMillion at mcmillion@ihrpontiac.com  or by phone (815)844-6109

Operation Snowball is directed by  Christine McMillion

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